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Adam Taylor is back with another round of NBA parlay picks for Tuesday's slate. He's eyeing his favorite plays in the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls game, Grizzlies vs. Jazz game, and more.

NBA Parlay Picks For Tuesday: Milwaukee Bucks vs. Chicago Bulls, Grizzlies vs. Jazz, And More

Tuesday's Parlay Picks

3-Leg NBA Parlay Odds: -266 (Bet $266 to Win $100)

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Parlay Breakdown

A fully healthy Philadelphia 76ers will face an Indiana Pacers team that's missing 7 members of their rotation, including star big man Myles Turner, and impactful guard Malcolm Brogdon. The Pacers have been on a downslide recently, losing all 7 of their games over the last 2 weeks while dropping to the bottom of the league's rolling 14-day defensive standings. That slide doesn't bode well for Indiana, as a Sixers team that's 6th in offense and 9th in defense over the last two weeks gets set to add another W to their belts later today. The duo of James Harden and Joel Embiid will likely prove too much for the Pacers to handle, and I can't see how Indiana come out of this game with a win.

The Brooklyn Nets' current health crisis might not hurt them tonight, as they face a Houston Rockets team that's also missing numerous guys, including Eric Gordon, Christian Wood, and Dennis Schroder. For a Nets team that's trying to avoid the play-in tournament, this game couldn't have come at a better time. Over the last two weeks, the Rockets have lost 5 of their 7 games, and sit towards the bottom of the league in both offense and defense. The Nets haven't faired much better though, losing 4 of their last 6 and sitting in the bottom 10 for offensive efficiency. However, against a weakened Rockets team, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving should be able to lead Brooklyn to a win. I'm going to back the Nets on the money line tonight, because the Rockets are young, inexperienced, and dealing with injury issues - those three things don't scream value to me.

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The Phoenix Suns are arguably the best team in the NBA right now, and they've been playing like it all season. The Los Angeles Lakers, on the other hand, have spent all year telling us they're built for the playoffs, but right now, they're 2 games outside of the play-in tournament, with time ticking down fast. The Lakers have lost their last 6 games, and rank 23rd in offense and 24th in defense over the last two weeks - and right now, even the return of Anthony Davis might not be enough to help them reach the post-season. To make matters worse, the Suns are fully healthy in terms of their core rotation, and they will take great pride in striking the hammer blow on the Lakers' post-season chances. Of course, it's probably foolish of me to count LeBron James out, but I can't see this version of the Lakers earning a win against the Suns tonight, which is why I'm backing Phoenix to complete our money line parlay tonight.

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Chicago Bulls vs. Milwaukee Bucks, Single-Game Parlay

  • Chicago Bulls +10
  • Under 230 Points

Odds: +157 (Bet $100 to Win $157)

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Giannis Antetokounmpo seems to have hit top form in recent weeks and is showing new aspects of his game - which doesn't bode well for the rest of the NBA. The Bucks, who are finally healthy, are starting to string a solid run together, having won 4 of their last 7 games, but will need to figure out their execution, as they're struggling in terms of efficiency on both ends of the floor. Still, the Chicago Bulls should be worried tonight, especially since they've been sliding since the turn of the year, and over the last two weeks, have a bottom-four ranked offense and bottom-eight ranked defense. It feels like the Bulls put too much energy into a hot start, and have run out of steam at the worst time possible. Still, the Bucks and Bulls are playing for seeding, and both rosters will be up for tonight's game. In terms of injuries, neither roster has anything new to announce, and the Bucks will be boosted as Giannis is listed as probable heading into tonight's game. I like Milwaukee to win tonight but will give the Bulls a shot by backing them on a +10 spread.

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Memphis Grizzlies vs. Utah Jazz, Single-Game Parlay

  • Memphis Grizzlies +9
  • Over 222 Points

Odds: +202 (Bet $100 to Win $202)

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No Ja Morant? No problem! The Memphis Grizzlies have won all of their last 6 games over the last two weeks, and currently sit 1st in offense and second in defense for the league's rolling 14-day rankings. That means, that for the last 14-days, the Grizzlies have been the best team in the NBA, and with no changes to their injury report, we've got no reason to expect that run to change tonight. But, the Utah Jazz will have different ideas, however, after losing 5 of their last 6 games, those ideas are probably more of a pipe dream. The Jazz, while respectable on offense, has been one of the worst defensive units in the NBA over the last 2-weeks, ranking 27th across the NBA. Utah will have their full roster tonight, but I'm not sure how much that changes things for them because this Grizzlies team is a fierce opponent. Still, I'm going to give the Jazz some respect and back Memphis on a +9-point spread, and I'm super confident the Grizzlies cover this for us. Click here for the best offers in your state

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Adam has been covering the Boston Celtics since 2015 but has been an NBA fan since 1994. Never one to get too high, or too low, Adam likes to blend video and stats together for a clearer picture of the NBA game.


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